At BFC, we help creative agencies and design studios develop web projects. We are a Manhattan-based group of developers and CMS architects, all working with a select band of clients who continually inspire us with their creative genius.
Angular design elements and a responsive framework combine to promote a worthy cause aimed at highlighting why communities need electric buses.
A site and organization with an authoritative mission, whose intended aim is to “unleash the power of Latinos in California.”
Clean design and audio and video-based streaming combine to show off the talents of our regular design partners Free Range.
Eyeball popping fade and pinning effects help illustrate the story of this Bay Area based non-profit.
We build and support a number of sites for the UN Foundation, including Shot@Life, Blogust, 12 Days of Impact, and Girl Up.
We helped put striking styling around this female oriented social network, which aims to unite women across the globe.
An ingenious “up-scrolling” site that outlines the mission of a non-profit via inventive scroll based graphics.
A showcase for the PBS series Soundbreaking, which looks at the sizable changes the music industry underwent following the advent of studio recording.
A sleek exterior for the website of this influential teaching resource, which aims to put expert math and science teachers in front of every student in America.
An online portal into the world of the PBS documentary series The Raising of America, featuring interactive games, streaming video content, toolkits, downloads, and more.
A fast, efficient, and innovative rebuild of CNBC Prime’s web portal, featuring a sleek and lightweight theme that houses multiple sites aimed at showcasing the network’s biggest shows.
Smart layouts and functionality provide an interdisciplinary hub for UC Berkeley’s students, teachers, and practitioners as they work at the intersection of design and technology.
A Webby nominated full-site build that uses interactive maps, subtle animation, striking fonts, and full-screen slideshows to deliver End the Backlog’s important message.
Sean Leach, EPS Communciations
Ignacio Rodriguez, Rodriguez Valle Creative
Nickie Rudolf, Big Duck